One has to admire the “out-of-the-snifter” approach of Courvoisier
Louis XIII was originally registered by Paul-Emilee Rémy Martin on June 13, 1874, as Louis XIII, Âge Inconnu (Age Unknown).
Not since 1977, when Grand Marnier introduced the extraordinary Cent Cinquantenaire to commemorate its 150th anniversary, has the brand produced a liqueur as in-depth and haunting as Grand Marnier
Due to the strict laws regulating their production, certified single-vintage Cognacs are somewhat elusive.
We begin to age from the moment we are born.
The familiar black-and-yellow label of the world’s number-one selling Cognac is getting a face-lift this month when
An interest in health products does not generally lead one down the path to becoming a distiller.
Generally, we are averse to selecting the same distillery for inclusion in our Best of the Best issue two years in a row, even when the whiskeys in question are dramatically different.
Turning 40 can be a momentous occasion, especially at Glenfiddich, one of the few remaining family-owned distilleries in Scotland.
By law, cognac must be made in the Cognac region of France, but brandy can be produced anywhere—even in Ukiah, Calif., where 12th-generation distiller Miles Karakasevic makes an unusual